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Question about heresy in Fr. Denis Fahey’s writings
Yes, we were aware of this. His heretical teaching that even Jews who reject Our Lord can be in the state of grace is covered in section 34 of our book Outside the Catholic Church There is Absolutely No Salvation.This is a denial of the fundamental truth of the Gospel (that it is necessary to believe in Christ for salvation) and a mockery of the dogma Outside the Church there is No Salvation. Fr. Fahey was (unfortunately) a complete heretic. It should also be kept in mind is that almost all “traditionalist” priests, such as Bishop McKenna, the CMRI, etc. agree with this or won’t condemn it as heretical. If a person will not say that this statement is heretical then he is a heretic. This is why the complete apostate Bishop McKenna wrote to us when we asked him about this and fully agreed with it: To assert that one can attain salvation while rejecting Jesus Christ is to say that one can attain salvation while rejecting salvation itself. It is one of the worst heresies that one could utter. These people are not even remotely Christian. The fact of the matter is that most “traditionalists” who defend “baptism of desire” actually agree with Fr. Fahey (or won’t condemn his statement as heretical) and reject the fundamental truth of the Gospel – and attempt to justify the entire thing with “baptism of desire.” So, while they are defending “baptism of desire,” they are blinded to the fact that, in the eyes of Our Lord, they aren’t even Christians.
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